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fewer states are avoiding
                                          privatization's reach

Grading States’ Commitment to Public Schools. How Does Yours Rank?

A new “report card” shows fewer states are escaping privatization’s reach.

student drinking at
                                          school water fountain

How Safe Is Your School’s Water?

Tens of millions of students and educators could be exposed to lead through water they consume at school. Educator associations are leading the charge to fix that.

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ESPs find ways to give
                                          back to their communities

No Food, Paper, or Pencils Left Behind

Seeing an abundance of food and supplies in one corner of their lives and a severe need for these necessities in another, two educators jumped into action.

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Join the Justice League

Be a Superhero for Your Students

Ready to create positive, safe school environments so that kids don’t have to face hate, bias, and harassment at school? Join NEA’s Justice League and build power in your community.

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Two students working with
                                          a microscope

When It Comes to STEM, Count Girls In

How can we cultivate girls’ interest in science and technology? A new book provides some answers.

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Connecting with Students

Best Practices for Connecting with Students

In the latest edition of our School Me podcast, fifth-grade teacher Rebecca Gamboa shares ideas for getting disadvantaged students and their families involved in the classroom.

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Mother Jones

Learning about Labor History

Planning some lessons about the history of workers for Labor Day? These online resources can help.

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Works4Me: Ideas and Tips By
                                Teachers, For Teachers

Stay Organized and Stay Sane

Start the new school year with these four organizational tips and maintain your sanity as the more pressing tasks of being a teacher arise.

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